Logitech introduced the latest addition to its gaming series, the Optical Gaming Mouse G400 today. The mouse is targeted at gaming enthusiasts requiring precise, consistent tracking. An official statement by Logitech adds that the mouse features a high-powered optical sensor and on-the-fly sensitivity switching.
Logitech Optical Gaming Mouse G400 launched
The Logitech Optical Gaming Mouse G400 features a 3600 dpi optical sensor and provides precise tracking enabling you to navigate more accurately. The sensitivity switching lets you switch among four separate dpi levels from 400 to 3600, depending on the responsiveness required. Logitech further claims that the mouse also communicates over USB at 1000 reports per second, giving the user almost instantaneous response and super-smooth movement. Users get consistent tracking at any hand speed, with a steady response ratio. As compared with a percent cursor movement of 5 or more offered by many other sensors, the G400 offers a cursor movement of less than 0.5 percent, which means that your hand movements translate to the same amount of cursor movement.
Commenting on the launch, Mr. Subrotah Biswas, Country Manager of Logitech India and South West Asia said, “Logitech believes in providing improved consumer experience, aimed towards enabling consumers to enjoy being absorbed in the digital world, while at the same time aiding our customers to work smarter and better. The G400 is yet another example of the seamless integration of our world-class product design and technology. It is specifically engineered for people who prefer to work smarter and play better as every feature is designed to offer the precision you need for complete control”.
The Logitech's Optical Gaming Mouse G400’s classic, natural shape supports a user's hand, and reduces discomfort. The buttons are rated for up to 10 million clicks, and the feet tested to 500 km.
The Logitech Optical Gaming Mouse G400 is now available across the country, for a suggested retail price of Rs. 2,095.
Publish date: August 14, 2012 3:42 pm| Modified date: December 18, 2013 11:42 pm